Just like people in other parts of the world, people of London also celebrate Gregorian New Year on 1st January.
London’s spectacular New Year’s Eve fireworks display at the EDF Energy London Eye is famous around the world. At the stroke of midnight, people join hands in a ring and sing Auld Lang Syne. At midnight, Big Ben’s famous “bongs” will ring out, followed by the UK’s largest annual fireworks display.
Celebrations will continue until 12:45am with a live DJ set – staying until the end will make it easier to leave the viewing areas and go home. Each year around 250,000 people watch the fireworks in central London.
New Year’s Eve in London is usually celebrated around the area of the River Thames where the London Eye and Big Ben are situated. The countdown is accompanied by the chimes of Big Ben, and a countdown timer projected onto Shell Centre. The fireworks are launched off the London Eye at midnight and lasts for 8 minutes.
If you are not present there in London Eye, Big Ben – London during the new year’s time then don’t worry, you can find below Photos & Videos of London Eye, Big Ben – London New Year 2017 Fireworks Display.
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London Eye, Big Ben – London New Year Fireworks 2017 Display Live Telecast / Streaming :
In London, you can watch London Eye, Big Ben New Year Fireworks 2017 LIVE on CNN, BBC, CNBC, etc.
From March to October, London Eye, Big Ben – London falls in GMT/UTC + 01:00 hour timezone so it welcomes the New Year thirteen hours after the New Year strikes first at Kiritimati, Kiribati which falls in GMT +14 timezone.
To watch London Eye, Big Ben – London New Year Fireworks 2017 LIVE Streaming on internet you will have to adjust your watch accordingly with relation to the timezone of your city.
Live Streaming on http://www.bbc.co.uk/